The Department of Computer Science & Engineering

CSE 115
Introduction To Computer Science for Majors I
Lecture C
Lecture Notes
Stuart C. Shapiro
Spring, 2001

Introduction to Course

Introduction to Computer Science for intended Computer Science and Computer Engineering majors.

Four years of high school mathematics including algebra and trigonometry.

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Warning re. programming assignments
Programming assignments are different from assignments in other courses.

Computer Accounts
Accounts on the CSE UNIX systems will be generated from class lists. CSE 115 students will have accounts on armstrong and yeager. All CSE 115 students may use Norton 19 during open hours (will be posted on the door) to work on course work. CSE undergraduate majors can use the lab in Bell 338, others should use yeager remotely. New CSE majors who do not yet have card access to Bell 338 should see the CSE Department Web Help System.

You are responsible for reading the chapters in the text according to the posted schedule, possibly modified by announcements in class. You are to read the material before the lecture that covers it, and you may want to reread it afterwards also. You are responsible for the material in these chapters whether or not they are covered explicitly in class, but you should feel free to ask about anything you think needs more clarification, both in lecture and in recitation.

Read each lab assignments as soon you finish the previous one. It is expected that you will begin working on it in a recitation meeting, but do the background reading ahead of time, and you can even begin working on the lab assigment early.

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